One of the lessons learnt from forestry operations in the last few deades is the potential loss of habitat for invertebrates by ‘tidying’ up the deadwood.  A sort of deadwood windrow is being created here by Bill, Clive and Sam during a session at Rocksavage.  This corridor of deadwood provides connectivy between the northern and southern compartments of the reserve for herps and mammals; it also provides a habitat for invertebrates such as beetles, woodlice, slugs and snails to name but a few.  Rocksavage Nature Reserve provides a valuable resource for CAN courses.